Ashby Forged 315 Grains
In 2007, GrizzlyStik began talking with Dr. Ed Ashby about making what he considered the ultimate big and dangerous game broadhead. After years of testing and reporting, he had his list of mandatory design aspects he felt the ultimate broadhead needed. We took that list and for 18 months we engineered, tested, and redesigned until we got it right.
The Ashby broadhead has earned the Gold Standard among the world’s top PH’s, guides, outfitters and travelling bowhunters by compiling an unmatched record of performance. To date, bowhunters have reported our Ashby broadheads have successfully harvested 75+ elephant and 1,400+ Cape/Asiatic buffalo.
If you’re a serious trophy hunter – you invest immeasurable time and effort into your hunts. When it’s all on the line, make sure you’re shooting enough arrow and broadhead. Don’t take chances with your deer tackle. Shoot GrizzlyStik full-length tapered carbon arrows and our forged one-piece single bevel broadheads. You concentrate on the shot, and we’ll take care of the rest…
The Ashby is a one-piece broadhead, 1.13″ x 3.52″, forged from a solid piece of 440C stainless steel. There are no weak points. Of course they offer our signature bone busting tanto tip. All edges, including the trailing edge are honed razor sharp at the factory.
How heavy you ask?? – 315 grains.
Available in right bevel only. Note: Always match right bevel with right helical vanes/feathers
*Price is for a pack of 3 broadheads
All the Specs:
- Hammer Forged from 440C Stainless Steel
- One-Piece forged construction eliminates any weak spots
- CNC milled for perfect symmetry and alignment
- Smooth transition, low profile ferrule
- Wide ground – bone splitting 25 degree offset single bevels
- 58 Rockwell Hardness
- .072″ Blade Thickness
- 1.13″W x 3.52″L
- Tanto – No skip tip
- Ferrule diameter .370″
- Razor sharp and ready to hunt
- 315 Grains
- Right Bevel Only
- 3 per pack
- Hard plastic carrying case
Caution: Use only GrizzlyStik tapered carbon arrows with GrizzlyStik forged broadheads. Using parallel carbon arrows, especially thin diameter carbon arrows using Easton’s HIT inserts may result in arrow failure.